Is that me or Kyros has his second leg back when sleeping on the first page of chapter 794?

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As mentioned by Aditya, there seems to be different versions. The official US release, like several online pages, shows Kyros with only one leg:

english version

However, Viz released volume 79 on August 2, 2016, over a year after chapter 794 was first released. A possible mistake could have very well been noticed and corrected in the meantime.

I found a scan of the original Tankōbon 79, released on October 3, 2015 in Japan. It also shows the correct picture:

japanese tankoubon version

Not as likely anymore but given the large popularity of One Piece, eleven weeks might have been sufficient for a correction.

So I went even further back, up to the very origin of this picture. I ordered Weekly Shōnen Jump #2323 and on July 18, 2015, this picture looked like that:

original version

So it was indeed a mistake!

I discovered a while later that One Piece Wiki lists all mistakes that have been found so far in each Tankōbon as well as the corresponding correction. The one mentioned here can also be found there.

  • Very nice answer and even better with the link provided! I didn't know about it, thanks!! Commented Jan 27, 2020 at 1:28

Looks its a mistake from the site you read One Piece, this is the picture from Viz Digital Colored, The official translation and release.

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It shown Kyros only have one leg.

  • It's a good point that I admittedly missed. But why would publishers subsequently ADD a leg? As far as I get it, Viz Digital is the official publisher for the US market. It released Vol. 79 on August 2, 2016. That is over a year after chapter 794 was first released in Weekly Shōnen Jump (week 29, 2015). Plenty of time to fix any obvious bug. Look closely at the picture you posted: the wood plank where the additional foot used to be drawn looks crudely modified. Same holds for the blanket that now looks awkwardly flat. Commented Nov 17, 2019 at 8:20

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